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6 cases of COVID-19 in 2 days in managed isolation

6 cases of COVID-19 in 2 days in managed isolation

Posted January 20, 2021
Health

There are 6 cases of COVID-19 in managed isolation to report in New Zealand since our last media statement on...

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Property Prices In Every Region Hit New High For The Very First Time

Property Prices In Every Region Hit New High For The Very First Time

Posted January 20, 2021
Business

Property prices experienced their hottest month on record in December, with record highs in every region, according to the latest...

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More Cows To Be Exported From Port Taranaki Tomorrow

More Cows To Be Exported From Port Taranaki Tomorrow

Posted January 19, 2021
Environmental , Media Release

Animal rights group SAFE intends to protest the live export of cows from New Zealand and continue pressure on the...

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Pre-departure Testing Extended To All Passengers To New Zealand

Pre-departure Testing Extended To All Passengers To New Zealand

Posted January 19, 2021
Health , Travel

To further protect New Zealand from COVID-19, the Government is extending pre-departure testing to all passengers to New Zealand except...

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DoC investigating jetski incident with dolphins

DoC investigating jetski incident with dolphins

Posted January 19, 2021
Environmental

A video of an Auckland real estate agent driving a jetski through a pod of dolphins, reported to be off...

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Thames Hospital GP Clinic Extended After Summer Success

Thames Hospital GP Clinic Extended After Summer Success

Posted January 18, 2021
Health

The Thames Hospital summer clinic has proven to be a success, halving the number of patients needing to be treated...

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Droughts and floods – the Bay of Plenty’s new extremes

Droughts and floods – the Bay of Plenty’s new extremes

Posted January 18, 2021
Council Matters , Weather

More extreme weather events, higher average temperatures, sea level rise and drought conditions in some places will increasingly pose challenges...

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Active front to usher in a cool change this week

Active front to usher in a cool change this week

Posted January 18, 2021
Weather

MetService is forecasting an active front to sweep across Aotearoa this week, bringing heavy rain to western parts of southern...

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Police Update on Hamilton Art Theft

Police Update on Hamilton Art Theft

Posted January 18, 2021
Emergency Services

Waikato Police have now made several arrests in relation to the missing art and antique items stolen from a Hamilton...

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Gold FM Fire Call Out

Gold FM Fire Call Out

Posted January 18, 2021
Emergency Services , Podcasts

There were just three call outs to report on the Gold FM Fire Call Out this week. Brian Gentil caught...

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Nineteen Stolen Te Kouma Artworks Returned Home to Family

Nineteen Stolen Te Kouma Artworks Returned Home to Family

Posted January 18, 2021
Emergency Services

Nineteen Stolen Te Kouma Artworks Returned Home to Family

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10 COVID-19 cases in 2 days at border

10 COVID-19 cases in 2 days at border

Posted January 18, 2021
Health , Media Release

There are 10 cases of COVID-19 to report in managed isolation in New Zealand since the last media statement on...

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New pre-departure testing requirement starts tonight

New pre-departure testing requirement starts tonight

Posted January 15, 2021
Travel , Health

From 11.59 pm tonight, travellers from the United States and United Kingdom will be required to produce a negative test...

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18 COVID-19 cases in 2 days in managed isolation

18 COVID-19 cases in 2 days in managed isolation

Posted January 15, 2021
Health

There are 18 new cases of COVID-19 to report in managed isolation in New Zealand since our last media statement...

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Cook Islanders to resume travel to New Zealand

Cook Islanders to resume travel to New Zealand

Posted January 15, 2021
Travel , Health

The Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacinda Ardern and the Prime Minister of the Cook Islands Mark Brown have announced...

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New rules for boat ramp users a New Zealand first

New rules for boat ramp users a New Zealand first

Posted January 15, 2021
Council Matters , Environmental

New rules to stop the spread of aquatic pests across the Bay of Plenty come in to force this summer...

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Supporting Communities And Landowners To Grow Employment Opportunities

Supporting Communities And Landowners To Grow Employment Opportunities

Posted January 15, 2021
Environmental

Jobs for Nature funding is being made available to conservation groups and landowners to employ staff and contractors in a...

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Appeal for information on missing art

Appeal for information on missing art

Posted January 14, 2021
Emergency Services

Waikato Police are seeking information in relation to a burglary that occurred in the Hamilton East area between 27 December...

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Border Exception Granted For Some Returning International Tertiary Students

Border Exception Granted For Some Returning International Tertiary Students

Posted January 14, 2021
Education , Media Release

The Government has approved an exception class for 1000 international tertiary students, degree level and above, who began their study...

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Name release: fatal crash, Paeroa

Name release: fatal crash, Paeroa

Posted January 14, 2021
Emergency Services , Media Release

Police have released the name of the man who died in a single-vehicle crash on Rotokohu Road, Paeroa on Monday....

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Appeal for photos and video of Whangamata disorder

Appeal for photos and video of Whangamata disorder

Posted January 14, 2021
Emergency Services , Media Release

Police investigating disorder in and around Whangamata on New Year's Eve are looking for any videos or photos taken by...

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A few more beach days before next week's rain

A few more beach days before next week's rain

Posted January 14, 2021
Weather , Media Release

While warm and settled conditions will see out the week for most of New Zealand, MetService are forecasting temperatures to...

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Earth To Reach Temperature Tipping Point In 20-30 Years, New Study Finds

Earth To Reach Temperature Tipping Point In 20-30 Years, New Study Finds

Posted January 14, 2021
Environmental

Earth’s ability to absorb carbon emissions through plants could be halved within the next two decades at the current rate...

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7 new COVID-19 cases in 2 days in managed isolation

7 new COVID-19 cases in 2 days in managed isolation

Posted January 13, 2021
Health , Media Release

There are seven new cases of COVID-19 to report in managed isolation in New Zealand since Monday.

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Biggest-ever Animal Has Special New Zealand Link, New Research Shows

Biggest-ever Animal Has Special New Zealand Link, New Research Shows

Posted January 13, 2021
Environmental

New Zealand waters provide an important migratory route for the biggest animal to ever exist, the Antarctic blue whale, according...

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Appeal for information following fatal crash in Paeroa

Appeal for information following fatal crash in Paeroa

Posted January 12, 2021
Emergency Services

Waikato Police are seeking witnesses following a fatal crash yesterday on Rotokohu Road near Paeroa.

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Additional Actions To Keep COVID-19 Out Of NZ

Additional Actions To Keep COVID-19 Out Of NZ

Posted January 12, 2021
Health

The Government is putting in place a suite of additional actions to protect New Zealand from COVID-19, including new emerging...

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Thames Coromandel Update with Mayor Sandra Goudie

Thames Coromandel Update with Mayor Sandra Goudie

Posted January 12, 2021
Council Matters , Podcasts

Brian Gentil spoke with Thames Coromandel District Mayor Sandra Goudie to wish her a Happy New Year and for his...

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One Dead Serious Crash - Paeroa

One Dead Serious Crash - Paeroa

Posted January 11, 2021
Emergency Services

Police have confirmed a person has died following a serious single-vehicle crash on Rotokohu Road, Paeroa.

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Gold FM Fire Call Out

Gold FM Fire Call Out

Posted January 11, 2021
Emergency Services , Podcasts

The Gold FM Fire Call Out with Chief Fire Officer Moe Stevens started with Brian Gentil asking about the station...

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